Thursday, September 15, 2011

Transy's new digital art festival promises plenty of 'be-boop-bop'

Kentucky.com - Transylvania University music professor Tim Polashek, who is planning the school's first digital art festival, has fielded several questions along the lines of: "Is this going to sound like real music, or be-boop-bop?"

"I'd say the latter," says Andrea Fisher, director of Transylvania's Morlan Gallery, and Polashek quickly adds, "which I consider real music."

That gets them both laughing. They're familiar with the resistance that digital art can occasionally meet.

That's what will be on full display Friday and Saturday at the inaugural Studio 300 Digital Art and Music Festival.  Read more.

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